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Name the Players

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No definitive answer from the genius who created these but an ongoing debate as to who they are.

Young people:  These are players from a 70s/80s Football action game called striker.  It was better than EA Sports/FIFA!

Someone has painted sets of players in the colours of various clubs including Charlton.

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    Mike Flanagan ? 
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    Killer?
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    Ah the Bukta kit was great although caused terrible nipple rub
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    Mike Flanagan ? 
    The third one is Mike Flanagan and one at front  Derek Hales.
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    The second one looks like Keith Peacock
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    Bob Curtis at the back.
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    Is that Shipperly at the back ?
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    1977-78 season 


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    Been told this guy is an ex Charlton player.
    Been given no other details about him.
    Anyone recognize him and give me a name.?

    Thank you.


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    Nothing here
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    Nothing here
    What a strange name. 🤭
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    Been told this guy is an ex Charlton player.
    Been given no other details about him.
    Anyone recognize him and give me a name.?

    Thank you.


    Photo looks like it’s a professional photo from a company website ?

    Where did you get photo from ?
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    Maybe Ronnie Mauge ?
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    Maybe Ronnie Mauge ?
    He never played a first team game for us though, not sure it’s him but certainly a good shout. 
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    Maybe Ronnie Mauge ?
    He never played a first team game for us though, not sure it’s him but certainly a good shout. 
    Came on as sub in Milk Cup season 87/88 (Valiant 500 is my friend 😃)
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    He looks in his 50’s so maybe Mickey Bennett ?
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    Maybe Ronnie Mauge ?
    He never played a first team game for us though, not sure it’s him but certainly a good shout. 
    Full Members Cup v Hull at Selhurst Park as a sub. November 1987

    His one and only first team appearance 

    Heritage number : 496


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    Been told this guy is an ex Charlton player.
    Been given no other details about him.
    Anyone recognize him and give me a name.?

    Thank you.


    My guess is someone is pulling your chain, unless they can tell you otherwise 
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    shirty5 said:
    Maybe Ronnie Mauge ?
    He never played a first team game for us though, not sure it’s him but certainly a good shout. 
    Full Members Cup v Hull at Selhurst Park as a sub. November 1987

    His one and only first team appearance 

    Heritage number : 496


    Yes - correct - I assumed MC meant Milk Cup - I should have checked what MC mean’t in the notes to the book !!!
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    Isn’t that Chief Nzeribe?
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    Phil Walker????
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    Been told this guy is an ex Charlton player.
    Been given no other details about him.
    Anyone recognize him and give me a name.?

    Thank you.


    Leroy Ambrose?
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    Bournesnr said:
    Phil Walker????

    He was not bald.
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    Been told this guy is an ex Charlton player.
    Been given no other details about him.
    Anyone recognize him and give me a name.?

    Thank you.


    Ben Odeje
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    Bournesnr said:
    Phil Walker????

    He was not bald.
    I wasn’t bald when he was playing but I am now!!!!
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    Brownie12 said:
    Been told this guy is an ex Charlton player.
    Been given no other details about him.
    Anyone recognize him and give me a name.?

    Thank you.


    Ben Odeje
    No - looks nothing like him
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    shirty5 said:
    Maybe Ronnie Mauge ?
    He never played a first team game for us though, not sure it’s him but certainly a good shout. 
    Full Members Cup v Hull at Selhurst Park as a sub. November 1987

    His one and only first team appearance 

    Heritage number : 496


    I was a ball boy for that match and this was my first pen shootout. It shames me now to say it, but I enjoyed the Selhurst days. I'd only just started going the previous season and never had that connection with the Valley until we returned.
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